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Sevin® is an effective insecticide. Consumers and professionals have trusted Sevin® to control a wide variety of insects for 55 years. Sevin® provides the consumer with the broadest spectrum of control, killing more insects in more places versus other leading brands.
Sevin® is available in a Dust, Granule, Concentrate, Ready-To-Use, and Ready-To-Spray formulations.
Sevin® has a dual mode of action. It works on contact and through ingestion. Sevin sits on the plant surface, and kills on contact, either by insects crawling on the plant or ingesting. Sevin® is non-systemic, which means it is not absorbed or distributed throughout the plant. After controlling the targeted pest, Sevin® is easily broken down in the environment.
You want to apply an insecticide when insects are active, typically in the morning and evening hours. You can apply Sevin® throughout the growing season with short pre-harvest intervals. For more details, refer to the product label.
A pre-harvest interval (PHI) is the minimum number of days you should wait before harvesting your fruits or vegetables after applying Sevin®. The PHI is the number of days needed for the environment to metabolize and break down the product before the harvest of your edibles. You should always check the PHI on the product label and follow the instructions carefully.
2 tablespoons are in 1 ounce.
Sevin® is a broad spectrum insecticide, controlling numerous insects, depending on the product form. To view a complete listing of insects controlled, please refer to the product labels.
Yes, you can apply Sevin® to new sod or newly seeded areas. Just keep in mind that you may wash away any seed that has not yet taken root if you have to water the product (granule products only) after application or if you are applying a heavy liquid solution.
For safety reasons, Sevin® Ready-To-Spray is sold in a non-refillable container.
Sevin® Dust formulation is not intended to be mixed with water. It should only be used dry.
Sevin® is registered for outdoor application only and should not be applied indoors, on bedding, on pets, or in vehicles.
Sevin® is registered for outdoor application only and should not be applied indoors, on bedding, on pets, or in vehicles.
Sevin® is registered for outdoor applications only and should not be applied indoors, on bedding, on pets, on a person, or in vehicles.
Sevin® can be used on household plants, as long as you take the plants outside while spraying and bring them back in once they have dried.
Sevin® should be used only on items such as plants, trees, soil, and lawns. Any man-made material should not be sprayed with Sevin®.
Sevin® should not be used on animals. Products for use on pets are available at pet stores. More information can be found by contacting your veterinarian. The discontinued Sevin® 5% dust products, which stated animal applications, are no longer for sale.
Once you spread the product on the lawn, wait for the grass and the ground to dry before re-entering the yard.
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It is required to follow safety precautions listed with a product, as it is a violation of Federal Law to use the product in a manner inconsistent with the labeling. These guidelines are there for the safety of you and those around you. Everyone has a different reaction to chemicals, and following precautions minimizes exposures to risks associated with the formulation.
You are not allowed to mix two different chemicals together, unless the label specifically recommends directions for use mixing the two products. You can apply back-to-back treatments — just take into consideration that if you are applying two liquid products to a plant, the first application will be washed away. In this case, it would be best to treat the most important problem first, wait about a week, and apply the second chemical.
When temperatures are below 55° or above 85°, do not use the chemical for risk of product failure and scorching of plants. Generally, do not spray in the heat of the day, when the highest risk of burning plants is present. See product labels for more detailed instructions.
When storing any Sevin® product, follow these guidelines:
  • As with any chemical, you need to store Sevin® products out of the reach of children, preferably in a locked storage area.
  • Keep Sevin® products away from any heat sources, such as a heater or dryer, to prevent heating and melting of the container.
  • Store the products in a cool, dry place.
  • If the product is exposed to freezing or elevated temperatures for an extended period of time, do not use the product again. We do not guarantee that the product will work because of the alteration of the chemical due to the extreme temperature changes.
  • Store Sevin® products in its original container or packaging.
Over'n Out!® Advanced is a granular, broadcast, fire ant control product. One application yields 6 months of control. The advanced formula makes it fast acting as well. Over'n Out!® Advanced is less labor intensive and is the new standard in fire ant control.
Over'n Out! Advanced contains 0.20% bifenthrin and 0.05% Zeta-Cypermethirn. An efficacious combination of actives for imported fire ants.
Apply to your yard with a drop or broadcast (cyclone type) spreader. The settings for most spreaders are listed on the back of the bag. Use the setting recommended for your spreader, and always calibrate your spreader and water after application.
Yes, control is only achieved when Over'n Out!® Advanced product is watered in after application. Watering washes the granules from the lawn foliage, releases the active ingredient, and allows the product to work.
Keep out of reach of children and animals. Store in original containers only. Store in a cool, dry place, preferably in a locked storage area and avoid excess heat.
Apply during the morning or early evening when it is cool and the imported fire ants are most active, foraging for food. While early spring is the best time to treat, you can apply the product anytime during the year if you notice the presence of fire ants in your yard.
After the product is watered in and the treated area is dry, children and pets can re-enter the area.
When a queen survives, the colony 'relocates' their mound a short distance from its original location. A broadcast treatment prevents this from happening, as well as re-infestation from outside colonies.
Yes, mound treatment will control the mound within 15 minutes. Control is optimized by combining broadcast applications that control foraging workers and newly mated fly-in queens with mound treatment that will control exiting colonies.
Apply Over'n Out!® Advanced to your lawn, ornamentals, flowers, and home foundations (perimeter).
If your neighbor has fire ants and they don't treat their lawn, you may see a few foraging ants in your yard. If they enter your yard, they will come into contact with Over'n Out!® Advanced and die, but they will not transfer enough active ingredients to your neighbors’ yard to eliminate their fire ants. The best course of action is to encourage neighbors in adjacent yards to treat with Over'n Out!® Advanced.
One application of Over'n Out!® Advanced provides six months of control.
GardenTech® has issued a money-back guarantee that homeowners will have six months of fire ant control with Over'n Out!® Advanced.
Over'n Out!® Advanced is specifically formulated to control imported fire ants. Please visit Sevin® products for options that control these types of insects. Click here for Sevin® brand insecticides.
You can apply Over’n Out around the garden, but not directly in the garden. Leave a 3 foot barrier between product application and the garden.
Over’n Out! Advanced should not be applied in areas where animals graze.
It is required to follow safety precautions listed with a product, as it is a violation of Federal Law to use the product in a manner inconsistent with the labeling. These guidelines are there for the safety of you and those around you. Everyone has a different reaction to chemicals, and following precautions minimizes exposures to risks associated with the formulation.
You are not allowed to mix two different chemicals together, unless the label specifically recommends directions for use mixing the two products. You can apply back-to-back treatments — just take into consideration that if you are applying two liquid products to a plant, the first application will be washed away. In this case, it would be best to treat the most important problem first, wait about a week, and apply the second chemical.
Daconil® is an effective fungicide that provides protection against a broad spectrum of fungal diseases, simplifying the control of diseases in your yard and garden.
Daconil® can be used to prevent plant diseases before they happen, and protect against future outbreaks. Daconil® is non-systemic, which means it is not absorbed or distributed throughout the plant, but adheres to the plant surface to control the fungal spores.
Chlorothalonil is the active ingredient in Ready-to-use and Concentrate.
Daconil® is available in a Ready-To-Use bottle with a hand sprayer, as well as a pint-sized concentrate bottle.
Daconil® is not labeled for lawn applications and should only be applied according to the label directions.
Daconil can be used on houseplants. The plants should be taken outside to be sprayed. Allow the spray to dry before bringing the plants back indoors. See the product label for a complete list of all plant diseases controlled by Daconil. We recommend checking the product label to confirm your plant and disease before applying Daconil.
Inside the Daconil® label on the back label on the bottle, the pre-harvest interval is listed for all of the treatable plants. Find your vegetable or fruit in the list, then look to the far right of the page and you will see the listed pre-harvest intervals.
A pre-harvest interval (PHI) is the minimum number of days you should wait before harvesting your fruits or vegetables after applying Daconil®. The PHI is the number of days needed for the environment to metabolize and break down the product before the harvest of your edibles. You should always check the PHI on the product label and follow the instructions carefully.
When storing any Daconil® product, follow these guidelines:
  • As with any chemical, you need to store Daconil® products out of the reach of children, preferably in a locked storage area.
  • Keep Daconil® products away from any heat sources, such as a heater or dryer, to prevent heating and melting of the container.
  • Store the products in a cool, dry place.
  • If the product is exposed to freezing or elevated temperatures for an extended period of time, do not use the product again. We do not guarantee that the product will work because of the alteration of the chemical due to the extreme temperature changes.
  • Store Daconil® products in its original container or packaging.
When Daconil Ready-to-Use is applied according the label directions, people and pets can re-enter the treated area after sprays have dried.
RootBoost™ stimulates root development, encourages uniform root growth and helps listed plant cuttings root more easily.
RootBoost™ is available in a 2-ounce plastic container.
When taking cuttings, you should pour out a small amount onto a paper plate or something that you will throw away when you’re done, then dip the cutting into the RootBoost™ on the plate. This will eliminate the possibility of contaminating the RootBoost™ inside the container.
RootBoost™ is specifically formulated to be used only on cuttings. It has no effect on established plants.
Rooting can take 3–5 weeks, depending on the plant species.
No, RootBoost™ is not meant to be mixed with water and doing so will dilute the product and its effectiveness.
No, RootBoost™ is only made to be used on ornamental plants.
Rooting medium provides physical support, water and oxygen. Many types of rooting medium is available. The most common are sand, perlite, peat, vermiculite or a mixture of these four. Potting soil and a commercial soilless mix are also available at most retailers. Water is not recommended to use as a rooting medium. The medium should be free of weeds and disease, and moist before inserting the cuttings.
Leaves, buds, and branches originate from the stem at specific locations, called nodes. These areas are often slightly swollen. Multiple plant structures may originate from a single node. Each plant may have several nodes.